Golight Stryker HID installed

On our old Toyota FJ Cruiser I ran 2 Golight Strykers mounted on the roof rack. I had intended to use these lights as off road lights but they did not function well for this. One of the lights has been upgraded to HID and the beam is very concentrated. This works well as a spot light but does not have enough fill for use while driving. The HID upgrade is only available from MagnaLight.

On our new FJ, I chose to install just the HID Stryker to function as a spot light. The light is installed in front of the roof rack directly on the roof over the driver position. This installation required a commitment due to the holes that I needed to drill in the roof.

I completed this installation while I still had the roof liner removed which helped facilitate the job.

Lamp parked

The light includes 2 wireless remotes. The first is attached to the dash under my rechargeable flashlight. The other remote is handheld and can be used when outside the FJ.

Cost:$554.00

Time: 1.5 hours

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Tomas has lived in Colorado since age 5. Having grown up on the Western Slope of Colorado lots of time was spent in the Desert Southwest. Tomas' father introduced him to the love of 4 wheeling at an early age in the high mountains around Aspen, Colorado. While an avid Mountain Biker, Tomas and his Family enjoy adventures in the mountains and desert in the remote locations that can only be reached by 4wd. Day hikes are always a must when on the family trips. While enjoying outdoor activities he wants to share his love as a certified 4wd trainer and ski instructor. Tomas also enjoys caving and cave exploration. Tomas currently resides in Colorado Springs. 

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  1. Tim
    April 25, 2011 at 8:22 PM

    I have a set of these lights on one of our boats that we have NEVER used once. I would Love to put these on my roof rack. Can you supply me with a little more info on your previous install where you had them in the roof rack and how you ran the wires and where you ran them to? I’m so nit an electrician, but have a friend who is if I tell him what I’m looking for. I’m just not prepared to drill through my roof to mount them.

    Thanks for any input!

    Tim

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